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From The Church Hill Old & Historic Districts (2011):

Built in 1846, 113 North 25th Street is one of the few survivors of what must have been a common Richmond building type. Photographs show center-chine houses of this type on the fringes of Richmond’s more affluent neighborhoods but as these neighborhoods grew, more durable structures replaced them.

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Doug Brown
Doug Brown
5 years ago

Cool house. One of the rooms has a brick floor.

Claire Anderson Cerri
Claire Anderson Cerri
5 years ago

It reminds me of the St. George Tucker house in Colonial Williamsburg!

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